black rot

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a fungous disease causing darkening and decay of the leaves of fruits and vegetables

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Trials also showed the cultivar to be moderately resistant to powdery mildew, Botrytis bunch rot and black rot.
There is almost nothing that organic winegrowers can do to fight black rot.
The diseases observed in the control fruits in both batches and cured fruits in the August batch during storage were anthracnose by Colletotrichum gloeosporioides, black rot by Alternaria citri, brown rot by Phytophthora sp.
destructans was the only microorganism consistently isolated from the seedlings experimentally infected, which demonstrates that it is the cause of black rot on the roots and crown of blackberry, R.
Cyclamen are susceptible to black rot and tasty to slugs and snails.
The show's producer Jeremy Dixon said: "There is this disease known as the Black Rot and everyone is talking about it.
A: Black rot is a fungus disease that affects grapes (along with powdery and downy mildew).
There are also reports of the use of Bacillus subtilis in the control of foliar diseases such as Black rot in tea.
Bhardwaj and his colleagues demonstrated that 27 to 35 percent of peanut plants grown on soil treated with rapeseed meal had symptoms of black rot, a common fungal disease, compared to 50 percent of plants grown in untreated soil.
One of the fruit-rot problems targeted for research is black rot caused by the fungus Allantophomopsis lycopodina.
Using a rotational plan including both Vivando and Pristine provides unmatched control of powdery mildew and control of diseases such as Botrytis, Phomopsis cane, leaf spot, downy mildew and black rot.
The grower didn't think it was black rot," Volenberg said.
Phylogenetic analysis of Alternaria species associated with Citrus black rot in Iran.